from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of courage or confidence.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of courage or confidence; elated.
- Full of emotion; too much moved for full self-control.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
With a blog, you know the person has read the book (or at least made a full-hearted attempt to do so).
Sir Peter had nothing but admiration and "full-hearted support" for what David Cameron had done.
With one full-hearted portrait out of three, Lee has only partially but rather magnificently succeeded.
It is plainly prudent for us to assure that no government lawyers are bringing to their public jobs any agenda driven by views other than those that would permit full-hearted enforcement of laws that fall within their responsibility — whether those laws involve prosecution of drug dealers, imposition of the death penalty, or detention of those who seek to wage holy war against the United States.
Comprehensive and informative, traditional and contemporary, this full-hearted prayer book speaks eloquently to the mind and soul.
I want to see us moving towards a referendum on full Scottish-style powers for the National Assembly, but we can only get the full-hearted consent of the Welsh people for that in the referendum required by our Constitution, if we can show that we are using the powers we have to make a real difference to people in Wales.
Is not saying anything when a recommendation is made taken as full-hearted agreement?
I agree full-hearted that being an indiscriminate reader makes better writers.
Note that this is a three-day sample that is just starting to take into account the impact from Bill Clinton's full-hearted endorsement of Obama, and we have yet to see any polling from after Obama's big speech last night. print share
This is an extraordinary charge on the part of Representative Pelosi that warrants either actual evidence to counter the CIA memos or a full-hearted apology to the men and women of our intelligence community.
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